This charming Georgian property set in the heart of Southwold is steeped in history, offering the elegant proportions introduced by Inigo Jones it is believed the property dates back around 400 years. It has also served as home to the highly regarded novelist George Orwell during the 1920’s. Having benefitted from a full refurbishment, today the property is being used as a very successful holiday let, but also offers a quality in its accommodation that would make it perfect for owner occupiers. The entrance lobby leads into an impressive reception space with oversized art’s & craft’s style fireplace. With Georgian style panelling and twined windows to the front, this will make for an inviting room whatever the season. Moving through the house takes you to a light and airy dining room with twin doors opening into the rear courtyard garden. The kitchen benefits from Velux windows increasing the light, and there is also a ground floor bathroom completing the accommodation. The first floor offers two well-proportioned bedrooms, the master also offering a pullman en-suite for modern convenience. The top floor has a charming bedroom of twenty feet in length defined by the timber roof gables creating a characterful room. The rear courtyard is of a good size offering a good level of seclusion with a high enclosing wall. To one side is an access gate with path leading to the main terrace with shingle side beds. With no onward chain, this Georgian period home is a fantastic offering to the Southwold property market, viewing is highly advised.